gcloud alpha compute networks get-effective-firewalls

NAME
gcloud alpha compute networks get-effective-firewalls - get the effective firewalls of a Compute Engine network
SYNOPSIS
gcloud alpha compute networks get-effective-firewalls NAME [NAME …] [--regexp=REGEXP, -r REGEXP] [--filter=EXPRESSION] [--limit=LIMIT] [--page-size=PAGE_SIZE] [--sort-by=[FIELD,…]] [--uri] [GCLOUD_WIDE_FLAG]
DESCRIPTION
(ALPHA) gcloud alpha compute networks get-effective-firewalls is used to get the effective firewalls applied to the network.
EXAMPLES
To get the effective firewalls of network with name example-network, run:
gcloud alpha compute networks get-effective-firewalls  example-network,

To show all fields of the firewall rules, please show in JSON format with option --format=json

To list more the fields of the rules of network example-network in table format, run:

gcloud alpha compute networks get-effective-firewalls  example-network --format="table(
  type,
  firewall_policy_name,
  priority,
  action,
  direction,
  ip_ranges.list():label=IP_RANGES,
  target_svc_acct,
  enableLogging,
  description,
  name,
  disabled,
  target_tags,
  src_svc_acct,
  src_tags,
  ruleTupleCount,
  targetResources:label=TARGET_RESOURCES)"
POSITIONAL ARGUMENTS
NAME
Name of the network to get effective firewalls.
[NAME …]
(DEPRECATED) If provided, show details for the specified names and/or URIs of resources.

Argument NAME is deprecated. Use --filter="name=( 'NAME' … )" instead.

FLAGS
--regexp=REGEXP, -r REGEXP
(DEPRECATED) Regular expression to filter the names of the results on. Any names that do not match the entire regular expression will be filtered out.

Flag --regexp is deprecated. Use --filter="name~'REGEXP'" instead.

LIST COMMAND FLAGS
--filter=EXPRESSION
Apply a Boolean filter EXPRESSION to each resource item to be listed. If the expression evaluates True, then that item is listed. For more details and examples of filter expressions, run $ gcloud topic filters. This flag interacts with other flags that are applied in this order: --flatten, --sort-by, --filter, --limit.
--limit=LIMIT
Maximum number of resources to list. The default is unlimited. This flag interacts with other flags that are applied in this order: --flatten, --sort-by, --filter, --limit.
--page-size=PAGE_SIZE
Some services group resource list output into pages. This flag specifies the maximum number of resources per page. The default is determined by the service if it supports paging, otherwise it is unlimited (no paging). Paging may be applied before or after --filter and --limit depending on the service.
--sort-by=[FIELD,…]
Comma-separated list of resource field key names to sort by. The default order is ascending. Prefix a field with ``~´´ for descending order on that field. This flag interacts with other flags that are applied in this order: --flatten, --sort-by, --filter, --limit.
--uri
Print a list of resource URIs instead of the default output, and change the command output to a list of URIs. If this flag is used with --format, the formatting is applied on this URI list. To display URIs alongside other keys instead, use the uri() transform.
GCLOUD WIDE FLAGS
These flags are available to all commands: --account, --billing-project, --configuration, --flags-file, --flatten, --format, --help, --impersonate-service-account, --log-http, --project, --quiet, --trace-token, --user-output-enabled, --verbosity.

Run $ gcloud help for details.

NOTES
This command is currently in ALPHA and may change without notice. If this command fails with API permission errors despite specifying the right project, you may be trying to access an API with an invitation-only early access allowlist. These variants are also available:
gcloud compute networks get-effective-firewalls
gcloud beta compute networks get-effective-firewalls